Cann Woods3 Votes Currently Open
- Address: Sparkwell, Plymouth PL7 5ED, UK, United Kingdom
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Tags: Forest, Family And Kids
If you find touring different things on vacations, then this time, give it a go to the forest walk in Cann Woods. This large green forest area covers around 230 hectares of land. The landscape is truly scenic and absolutely ideal for enjoying a lot of recreational activities. The lush greenery, exceptional plantation and beautiful shrubs depict an excellent work of forest management. You and your companions can enjoy taking long walks through this forest. You can also enjoy a round of cycling at the trails of this location. There are spots in the area where you can arrange a picnic with your loved ones.
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42.86% of people who visit Sparkwell include Cann Woods in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
95% of people start their Cann Woods visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Cann Woods
66.67% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cann Woods
Cann Woods Reviews & Ratings
Our 1st time. We did the adventure trails. Really friendly staff and the trails aren't busy like Holden Forrest. We really enjoyed it. We are now keen to try the harder Safari trails. A big thanks to the Segway Team.
A beautiful woods with plenty of trails to explore, by foot or bike. Take your dog if you have one but please clean up after them. Too often I see lazy dog owners that willingly let their dogs poop in clearings amongst the trees and then walk off. See keep your eyes peeled for the brown stuff or often white fluffky coated brown stuff.
One of the best places around for a walk, with or without a dog, well looked after, no traffic, miles of marked and unmarked routes
If you're a mountain biker, here is a good place to ride, nice short trails with fireroads to walk up which all meet at the same place, had a lot of fun
Excellent walk, very quiet and lots of trees. On the downside, the iron age hillfort site is closed for public access since 2016